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W. Garrett Owen, Alyssa Hilligoss, and Roberto G. Lopez

States HortTechnology 6 172 176 Wells, O.S. Loy, J.B. 1993 Rowcovers and high tunnels enhance crop production in the northeastern United States HortTechnology 19 92 95 Wien, H.C. 2009 Floral crop production in high tunnels HortTechnology 19 56 60 Wien, H

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Kristin L. Getter and Dale W. Rozeboom

floral crop production. Ohio Agr. Res. Dev. Ctr. Res. Bul. 268 Rozeboom, D.W. Ross, D. 2014 Mortality compost nutrients and use on farm, ways to enhance nutrient content. Mortality Composting Conf. Amer. Inst. Goat Res. p. 15–20 Rozeboom, D.W. Sirera, J

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Emmanuel Alves Dos Santos Hecher, Constance L. Falk, Juliette Enfield, Steven J. Guldan, and Mark E. Uchanski

.C. 2009 Floral crop production in high tunnels HortTechnology 19 56 60 Yeboah, A. Naanwaab, C. Yeboah, O. Owens, J. Bynum, J. 2012 Economic feasibility of sustainable high oilseed-based biofuel production: The case for biodiesel in North Carolina. Southern

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James E. Altland and Kay Yeon Jeong

715 Ogden, R.J. 1982 Reactions of plant nutrients in a pine bark medium. MS Diss., Univ. Georgia, Athens Peterson, J.C. 1980 Effects of pH upon nutrient availability in a commercial soilless root medium utilized for floral crop production Ohio Agr. Res

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Le Luo, Yichi Zhang, Yingnan Wang, Tangren Cheng, Huitang Pan, Jia Wang, and Qixiang Zhang

and fertilizer requirements of new floral crops such as gesnariad. RSM is a collection of mathematical and statistical techniques used to generate three-dimensional plots and statistical analyses of how responses are influenced by process variables

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Charles S. Krasnow and Mary K. Hausbeck

poinsettia associated with high fertilization rates Plant Dis. 70 160 162 Moorman, G. Kang, S. Geiser, D. Kim, S. 2002 Identification and characterization of Pythium species associated with greenhouse floral crops in Pennsylvania Plant Dis. 86 1227 1231

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Christy T. Carter and Catherine M. Grieve

produced using irrigation water with electrical conductivities up to 11.5 dS·m −1 ( Shillo et al., 2002 ). In some instances, salinity exposure has proven benefits. Height control is an important quality issue for some floral crops. For example, when

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Joseph P. Albano and Donald J. Merhaut

Most soluble fertilizers used in floral crop production are formulated with micronutrient metals Cu, Fe, Mn, and/or Zn complexed with synthetic APCA complexones, known commonly as chelating agents like EDTA, DTPA, and EDDHA. These compounds are used

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Samantha R. Nobes, Karen L. Panter, and Randa Jabbour

Horticulture, Cornell University Ithaca, NY Wien, H.C 2009 Floral crop production in high tunnels HortTechnology 19 1 56 60 https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI.19.1.56 Wien, H.C. Pritts, M.P. 2009 Use of high tunnels in the northern USA

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Daniel P. Gillespie, Gio Papio, and Chieri Kubota

of pH upon nutrient availability in a commercial soilless root medium utilized for floral crop production Savvas, D. Gruda, N. 2018 Application of soilless culture technologies in the modern greenhouse industry – A review Eur. J. Hort. Sci